The Rubrics Emerging Markets Fixed Income UCITS Fund aims to maximise risk-adjusted returns by investing in emerging markets government and corporate bonds. It is a total return fund with a strong capital preservation emphasis.
The use of dynamic risk budgeting and active allocation processes to sub-asset classes in both local and hard currency emerging markets debt should allow the fund the flexibility to create alpha across different market conditions.
|Fund Type||UCITS V variable capital investment company|
|Launch Date||15th March 2006|
|Reference Index||50% Barclays EM Local and 50% Barclays EM USD Agg|
|Investment Area||Invests in very liquid and transparent sovereign and supranational emerging market debt across the world; investing in both hard and local currencies|
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At a glance:“The fund has a conservative approach which, over the medium term, should produce higher compounded returns as a result of its dynamic allocations to different classes of Emerging Market debt.”